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Xochimilco is one of the most ancient and natural parklands around the city. Used as an important agricultural area since the Pre-Hispanic era, it holds a great variety of flora and fauna that you can witness while canoeing on your own or taking a ride in a classic trajineras (gondola-like boats) decorated with juniper and flowers. Enjoy some Mexican antojitos while sipping a bit of mezcal or tequila and listen to the mariachis and marimbas playing tunes from other colorful chinampas (artificial islands). Aside from the canals, you can find unique Pre-Hispanic art collections at the Archaeological Museum of Xochimilco after talking a walk through its classic streets and visiting the majestic ahuehuete tree that prevails in the heart of this neighborhood at Jardín Juárez.
Tour this beautiful old hacienda and enjoy Dolores Olmedo's wonderful collection of Diego Rivers works along with some of O'malley and Freida Khalo. Defininitely worth seeing. $30 pesos to take photographs inside of the art, free for the beautifully sculpted gardens populated with peacocks and peahens. You could get lost but never fear there are plenty of young laies to...
This is a very nice stop to do in DF, it's in the very south of the city, we had only one for the ride but it would been better with at least two.
It's the perfect tour for a few beers and a pick nick, you can also rent an auténtic Mexican orchestra.
Well worth a visit.
On approach along the pathway the distinctive facade of the complex comes into view. A large archway interconnects the two architectural features.
It was intriguing to learn some history of this marvellous church, including that it was built in the 16th century over a pre-colonial Aztec temple, part of the conversion endeavours by the conquerors.
Standing at the rear of...
This is by far the best place to visit in the city. The artifacts are amazing and the layout is well designed. One of the best museums I've ever visited. We loo at everything and only did the downstairs and we spent 5 hours. The upstairs is more modern and can be done quickly.
I Went to volcano Izzachiualt (near popocatepelt) on a day trip. You have to walk slow because of altitude (I did not have time to adapt to altitude).
The have super super good guides.
Everything is perfect and at a good pace
Very nice cozy and friendly place with a very nice traditional menu. The sauces are local traditional and portions are great, like the tortia soup it's very tasty, so is the red mole w chicken and the beef in molcajete (mortar) is big enough for 3! Staff is super sweet, especially Diana who was very informative on all dishes.
Everything is just fine, the attention is fast, and kind. The flavor is always delicious. Bathrooms and the table area are clean as usually. The only scary thing is the security guard, he follows everywhere you go....
If you have to be at Terminal 1 in Mexico City's airport, and want to have a good meal before your trip, this a is great alternative. Beware, though, that the servings are well served, and might be too much for just one person. If you have company, sharing is recommendable; if you are alone, be careful with what you...
This restaurant is perfect, the food is always served hot. Has good drinks, the pasta taste is incredible. The restaurant itself is cozy, perfect for a dinner date and good music in the background. Sometimes there is a band playing live music but not so loud to the point you can't have a conversation.
The only inconvenient I find is...